Genetically Engineered T-Cells: The Challenges and Possibilities of Treating Brain Tumors

by: Vimathi Gummalla Immunotherapy is a rising field in which treatment boosts the body’s own natural defenses to fight diseases like cancer. However, one specific area that continues to complicate the innovative treatment is the brain. To simplify the problem, scientists created T-cell therapy, where scientists genetically alter a patient’s T-cells to work in a […]

Who am I?: The Neural Mechanisms Underlying Gender Dysphoria

by: Niharika Desaraju In recent years, the world’s perception of transgender people has significantly transformed, with celebrities such as Caitlyn Jenner and Laverne Cox gaining popularity as the faces of this minority. Although society has begun to understand and accept the transgender community, scientists have yet to understand any underlying similarities and differences between the […]

Nicotine, Carcinogen, and Toxin Exposure in Long-Term E-Cigarette and Nicotine Replacement Therapy Users: A Cross-sectional Study

by: Kelvin Ngo “Ay bro can I hit your Juul please bro? Can I hit your Juul dude? Come on dude!” The last few years have seen a rapid spike in the popularity of e-cigarettes, with the Juul device being the most prominent on the market. Self-proclaimed “Juul fiends”, seen campuswide vaping away at their […]

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